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Examples of "buckhantz"
Steve Buckhantz (born June 19, 1955) is a television play-by-play announcer for the Washington Wizards.
In 1983, Robin Williams became attached to Moses' treatment for "Good Morning, Vietnam", and for the next five years the project was in development at Paramount Pictures. During this time Moses began teaching documentary production at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Extension and continued work as a director, associate director and stage manager for the major networks. In 1984, he formed Buckhantz-Moses Productions with Diana Buckhantz. The team produced several Emmy-winning documentaries, among them "Not a Question of Courage", "East of the LA River" and "Dying with Dignity", each of which won at least one Emmy.
He currently resides and spends quality time in Washington D.C. He married Shelley Lawrence on May 8, 2011. Shelley has two children from a previous marriage, Jake and Olivia Lawrence. As of 2014, Buckhantz has spent 18 years as the Wizards' play by play announcer, alongside Phil Chenier on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic.
Chenier, who got his start in television sports broadcasting with Home Team Sports back in 1985, has announced black college games alongside broadcasters Charlie Neil and James Brown for Black Entertainment Television, and Washington Bullets and Washington Wizards games on television since 1987, presently working for CSN Washington alongside play-by-play commentator, Steve Buckhantz.
Portrait of a Hitman is a 1979 film directed by Allan A. Buckhantz and written by Yabo Yablonsky. Although the film was shot in 1977 and featured actors such as Jack Palance and Rod Steiger, it did not receive domestic distribution until 1984.
His television announcing career began as Sports Director at WTTG, a Fox affiliate in Washington, D.C. as well as NFL games for Fox. A District native, Buckhantz grew up in Arlington, Virginia, where his father owned a construction company. He attended James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. One of his earlier jobs in sports was with WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia, where he covered the Braves and the Hawks and eventually became the night-time sports anchor.
In 2009, Buckhantz was featured in the ESPN 30 for 30 film "Without Bias" about the days leading up to the Len Bias death in the summer of 1986 after being chosen number 2 overall by the Boston Celtics after a stellar career at the University of Maryland. He was featured as a reporter for WTTG-TV as the sports director at the time of Bias' death in 1986.
In 1987, "Good Morning, Vietnam" went into production at Disney's Touchstone Pictures. Buckhantz-Moses had a first-look development deal with ITC Entertainment, where in 1988 they developed the motion picture "Without A Clue" starring Ben Kingsley and Michael Caine for production in England. UCLA Extension asked Moses to also take on the course in Motion Picture and Television Production, which he taught for 8 years. He married Lynne Lueders later that year.
On May 10, 2013 CLB held its first annual Shot in the Dark Golf & Dinner Classic. The event was held at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD and included a 9-hole night golf tournament with glow in the dark golf balls. Prior to golf and dinner, there was a golf workshop for blind golfers led by champion blind golfers, Bruce Hooper, Phil Blackwell, and Mario Tobia. During dinner, Steve Buckhantz and Andy Pollin hosted the entertainment which included stand-up comedians and musical acts.
A film about Len Bias's life, directed by Kirk Fraser, was promoted at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was released June 19, 2009. The documentary "Without Bias" premiered on ESPN on November 3, 2009, as part of their "30 for 30" documentary series, commemorating the network's 30th anniversary. Bias' parents and surviving siblings were interviewed for the film, as were several of his friends and teammates including his coach, Lefty Driesell, as well as Brian Tribble and Keith Gatlin, who called Lonise Bias to inform her of her son's condition, and Washington-area journalists Michael Wilbon, James Brown, Steve Buckhantz, and Jim Vance (who himself had fallen victim to a cocaine addiction).